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Fiction, Vol. 4.2, June 2010 AIRSOFT It snowed today. We walked to Tesco by way of an Airsoft/fishing shop. The...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.2, June 2010 Before I knew you, I didn’t eat breakfast because it made my stomach hurt. My...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.2, June 2010 My father never liked food. The older he got the thinner he became. He ate...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.2, June 2010 Act 1 That’s Right The children at the next table were cackling as they played,...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.2, June 2010 Eliot tossed his dead cigarette into the darkness. The last embers faded. He picked up...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.2, June 2010 Because Grimson didn’t usually falter at talk, he prodded Neil with questions short as those...
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Fiction, Vol. 4.2, June 2010 On the first day Dara felt well enough to leave the house, she looked out...
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Poetry, Vol. 4.2, June 2010 The grand piano is holster-shaped, slung along the leg of a hip-shot room that stands...
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Nonfiction, Vol. 4.2, June 2010 I had deadlines. Time was getting away from me. That’s the thing with time: the...
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Poetry, Vol. 4.2, June 2010 Whiskey and coke is the woman’s way of falling in love. I couldn’t help it....
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